News Feature Archive
Raytheon Missiles & Defense supports emerging talent in Arizona
How an innovative, free program creates countless opportunities for high-schoolers across Southern Arizona and fuels the STEM pipeline.
GhostEye: Nothing Goes Unseen
It’s been known as LTAMDS. Now we’ve given the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor a new name: GhostEye.
Digitally engineering a combat vehicle
Industry team to digitally engineer Lynx Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
A hypersonic missile takes flight
In a historic exercise, DARPA successfully tests a Hypersonic Air-breathing Weapon Concept with Raytheon Technologies and Northrop Grumman.
Helping military veterans find great jobs
Raytheon Technologies joins forces with two Huntsville nonprofits to help veterans transition careers by tapping into the connections between their military experiences and fulfilling civilian roles.
Minehunting – in high definition
Raytheon Missiles & Defense demonstrated the AN/AQS-20C mine-hunting sonar system in an exercise at the Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island.
Banding together to beat ballistic missiles
How two proven, fielded radars — UEWR covering a vast area and AN/TPY-2 delivering precise discrimination — can band together to detect, track and intercept ballistic missiles.
Closing the gender gap in tech, one line of code at a time
Raytheon Technologies partnered with the national organization to host five two-week virtual programs for 300 high school girls from across the U.S. and Canada.
Predicting the unpredictable
Learn how the company is using advanced modeling and simulation tools to counter the dynamic threat of Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
How Romania’s growing Patriot program anchors its layers of defense
In part two of our special series about Patriot™ in Romania, Vice President of Land Warfare & Air Defense Tom Laliberty talks about the layered defense strategy for Romania in light of recent progress in its Patriot™ program.